Mob Allegedly Bashes Teen For Saying Police Lives Matter

Posted on Wed 10/05/2016 by


Bolt New 01By Andrew Bolt ~

This new anti-white racism is growing more dangerous by the day.

The US has had police massacred, and now a student almost beaten to death after saying police lives matter, too:

policelivesmatterAn Alabama mother said her 17-year-old son — who had recently voiced his support for law enforcement amid protests over fatal police shootings — was severely beaten in an empty parking lot in Sylacauga, an attack she called a racially motivated hate crime.

Brandi Allen told Fox affiliate WBRC that her son, Brian Ogle, suffered a skull fractures in the brutal attack following a Friday-night football game…

“Instead of us planning for his 18th birthday, we’re here. Why? Because he made a statement that he backs the blue,” Allen told the news station…

A spokeswoman for UAB Hospital in Birmingham said Monday that Ogle was improving and that his condition was upgraded from critical to fair.

Authorities and Sylacauga school district administrators said Ogle, who is white, was beaten Friday night after a high school homecoming game.

Allen, his mother, told ABC affiliate WBMA that Ogle showed support for law enforcement in comments on Facebook after some students at his high school wore Black Lives Matter shirts to class. She told WBRC that Ogle received threatening messages and then reported them to the principal at Sylacauga High School…

Police confirmed to WBMA that there have been race-related issues at Sylacauga High, which was placed on lockdown Wednesday after what district officials called “rumors on social media regarding threats of violence.”…

Police told WBMA race issues may have been a factor in the attack on Ogle, who is a student at the school.

Andrew Bolt writes for the Herald Sun, Daily Telegraph, and The Advertiser and runs Australia’s most-read political blog. On week nights he hosts The Bolt Report on Sky News at 7pm and his Macquarie Radio show at 8pm with Steve Price.

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